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Art Collector Original Watercolor Art Garrott Designs Moleskine Postal Notebooks

Moleskine Messages- Original Art by Mail

Moleskine Postal Notebook I recently got hold of these brilliant Moleskine Postal Notebooks samples from Moleskine and was thrilled with the possibilities. I could start a doodle conversation by mail with my nieces. I could fill the thing with original art and mail a surprise to a sketchy friend in Europe. Gifting a sketch among artists is one […] Read more

gut health, probiotics, microbiome, bacteria, wellness, wellbeing, Thryve, lifestyle, design, artist

Thryve in the Creative Lifestyle- Go with Your Gut

Thryve Inside I’m excited to be partnering with Thryve, testing their personalized probiotic gut health system. Thryve, INC is a venture backed genomic and probiotic start-up company founded in 2016. They are the first to provide a personalized probiotic systems based on your own gut health needs. Follow the experience here on my blog by […] Read more

Hamad International Airport Passenger Terminal Complex image courtesy of HOK

Designing for the Future: Trends We Need to Consider Now

Designing for the Future: Travel Centers as Culture Hubs I am writing a series of posts exploring the topics of art, retail and hospitality trends influencing the design of Travel Centers as Culture Hubs. This post about trends affecting architectural design is a part of the Design Blogger Competition organized by CGTrader and a perfect opportunity to introduce key trends defining the future […] Read more

MET Comme des Garcons Art of the In Between

Comme des Garçons Art of the In-Between MET Sketches

Comme des Garçons “Art of the In-Between” Summer Fridays are here! This week, I sketched at the MET costume institute’s new exhibition, Rei Kawakubo/ Comme des Garçons “Art of the In-Between“. Fashion is a source of inspiration, especially when the construction and concept exceeds the expectation of function. When fashion elevates the idea of form […] Read more

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Designing for Cannabis: Changing Paradigms

Challenging Definitions: Good Design is not only seamless, functional, and intuitive: it can also dispel stigmas and change long-held cultural assumptions. For one dramatic example, the marijuana industry is discovering that good design can challenge negative assumptions about marijuana, assumptions that predate its legalization for medical and even recreational use.  The growing cannabis industry is using design to change the […] Read more